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David Nelson Band Live at Six Rivers Brewery on 2004-10-22


Topics Live concert


Disc 1

Set 1
1. Panama Red>Free Mexican Airforce>Panama Red
2. Lonesome Humbolt County
3. Cold Rain and Snow
4. Wind and Rain
5. John Hardy's Wedding
6. The Days That Used to be
7. Zydeco Shoes
8. Dirty Business>
9. Rocky Road Blues

Disc 2

Set 2
1. Humbolt County Hippie
2. Talkin' Back>
3. Snakebit>
4. W.S. Walcott's Medicine Show
5. Kick in the Head

Encore
6. Friend of the Devil>
7. This Little Light


Collection DavidNelsonBand
Band/Artist David Nelson Band
Venue Six Rivers Brewery
Location McKinnleyville, CA

Source SBD>Apogee AD500>Nomad JB3
Lineage CoolEditPro>CD Wav>EAC
Taped by Dan Ward
Transferred by Dan Ward

Reviews

Reviewer: Garcia/Kimock Fanatic - - October 29, 2006
Subject: Acoustic DNB!!!
Hell yeah! David, Barry and the boys still have it together. This is a solid acoustic show by these guys. Barry's lead is flawless. Great sound too!!! Thanks for this gem.

It's so great to hear "Wind and Rain."
Reviewer: Jac from Tucson - - October 25, 2006
Subject: Still good after 40 years! Download this!
I thorougly enjoyed this show. It's worth the download. DNB has pretty much stopped touring now except for northern California. He hasn't been here to Tucson in years. The DNB-announce site at Yahoo just posted upcoming shows and they're all in northern California. Mill Valley is the farthest south they venture. So, I guess it's time to put a couple of new tires on the ol' Corolla and head north! This show rocks and DNB, Sless and friends are showin' us how it's done to age with fire in the belly. The sound quality on this is great...OK, so the power goes out. That's not the band's fault and, well, if it is, it's proof the band was burnin' down the house!
Reviewer: mid-maine - - July 29, 2006
Subject: outstanding
nelson, sless and company keep serving slices here, just when you think the concession stand is out of power, it stumbles into key. that's the true nrps spirit, done tastefully well here for you in the 21st century even.

aw, what's the chicken scratch gonna do? just listen.

give it your all like they did.
Reviewer: CHerrmann57 - - March 17, 2005
Subject: Great show - great music
I downloaded that show a couple of days ago and since then it's constantly playing in my stereo equipment. As a long term devotee to the NRPS I have to admit that I didn't discover the DNB until recently. But it's great to listen to this blend of country, zydeco, rock and other styles. Superb sound quality, even the vocals are very loud and clear (maybe a little bit to load compared to the instrumental passages). If you like great American music, download this
Reviewer: Agricola - - November 13, 2004
Subject: Reliably entertaining
Nice collection of DNB/New Riders standards. Attempt to localize lyrics not entirely successful. Entertaining banter. Very good sound quality. As usual, reliably entertaining.
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